Functional neural architecture of dynamic isometric digit force regulation
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Contact DetailsLawrence Abraham
Once we have identified dynamic patterns of brain activity during performance of the tasks we shall examine how these patterns change during skill acquisition by testing during extensive practice sessions. In this work we shall be looking for evidence of differences in extent and location of sensorimotor processing between novice performance and highly-skilled expert performance.
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